Garden School Classes for March 2014
March 8: “All About Tea”. Pamela Gowers from the
Republic of Tea will give information and provide tastings of
selected teas. Jackie Peel will discuss plants that can be used
for making tea. No charge, reservations recommended.
March 15: “Make and Take” class – decorate a
terra cotta pot. Create a beautiful rustic pot with Meghan
Burke, one of Rosemeade’s resident artists! Meghan will show you
how to personalize your pot to complement your décor. $10
materials fee, adults and children age 8 and over are welcome.
Reservations and pre-payment required.
March 22: “All About Azaleas”. Local azalea
grower Jim Speight will share his knowledge on how to grow
azaleas successfully in the Dallas area. Jim will discuss
growing both deciduous and evergreen azaleas. He will also give
information on soil, water, and light requirements. No charge,
March 29: “Earth Kind Principles”. Collin County
Master Gardener Sheri Twiggs will return to share her knowledge
on following the Earth Kind program recommended by Texas A&M
University and Agri-Life Extension. Earth Kind promotes using
native and well-adapted plants, minimizing turf areas,
composting yard waste, soil nutrition, water conservation,
minimal use of fertilizers and pesticides, and landscaping for
energy conservation. No charge, reservations recommended.
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